reestablishment

[ ih-stab-lish-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF reestablishment

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"Mormonism" is new only as a reestablishment, a restoration.

Questions relating to the reestablishment of the colony are intriguing.

General McClellan's letter of acceptance is reestablishment, with Slavery.

With the reestablishment of the monarchy, a royal dictatorship took power and ruled over Bulgaria until 1943, when Boris died.

Reestablishment of the power of the senate, whose number is made up by three hundred knights.

While it grieved her immeasurably she was both too proud and too hurt to sue for a reestablishment of the old relations.

Of magic applied to the rousing of the great dead, to the reestablishment and the perfecting of health.

Since the reestablishment of peace and order, elections have been held amid conditions of quiet and tranquility.

In the reestablishment of the line we were placed in the reserve and remained there during January 1, 1863.

This play, for some reason unexplained, is the price of his reestablishment into the graces of the noble Hapsburgs.

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